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One Big Juicy Bite: A Taste of the Apple Marketing Strategy

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Apple has been hailed as one of the greatest marketing acts of all time. The brand has placed itself comfortably into homes and hands across 100 countries. Any brand would love to analyze the Apple marketing strategy. It would be the best way to get to where Apple is today, right?

Well, check out these Apple company marketing strategies. There are some great learnings for startups and new businesses here. And while technology and design is one piece of the Apple success story, the bigger picture emerges on the consistency of their approach to new product development and marketing.

The Amazon Marketing Strategy

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What would you do to have a marketing strategy like the Amazon marketing strategy? In India alone, 70 percent of the population makes Amazon purchases. This peaks during festive seasons. How has this been achieved?

As a layman, Amazon is the one app you must have on your phone. This one-stop online shop from A-Z of everyday life has created its neat spot for consumers across all segments.

A Spread of Strength: The Amul Marketing Strategy

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The Amul milk co-operative business started at the end of year 1946. Today – 75 years later – it continues to engage and amuse Indian consumers with its unique marketing strategy. And what would that strategy be, one may ask? Well it’s just the Amul marketing strategy. A marketing strategy that is simple, straightforward and yet profoundly impactful. One that has now embraced the digital marketing strategies of the best brands in the world.

The impact is not only in terms of branding and product recall but also in sales and revenue. Till date, the single line “The Taste of India” establishes brand as well as each product’s appeal – an entire range of dairy products that’s of the Indians, by the Indians and for the Indians.

Le Farm Luxury Farmstay: Suitably Social, Superbly Sustainable

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Social media like Facebook is filled with posts by homestays, getaways and villas inviting holiday-goers to book weekends away from home. Work-from-Home has slowly given way to work from a home-away-from-home. What’s great is the opportunity for promotions that platforms like Facebook can give to brands like these!

That’s the treat that social media gives to startups across the sectors. Holiday homes are typically low-budget options because they don’t have the overheads of large-scale hotels. So direct exposure on social media is a must-do for digital marketing activity.